The biggest US climate rally to date

This Sunday took place in the United States of America the largest climate rally ever (in the country) up to 40,000 people walked peacefully, chanted and danced in Washington DC. Other rallies were organized in many other states. All had the same message : they were asking President Obama to reject the Keystone XL pipeline… Continue reading The biggest US climate rally to date

Armies thinking about a post-oil world

While browsing CleanTechnica I found an interesting article on peak oil. According to a leaked military report from the German Bundeswehr, peak oil will occur this year and the consequences will be dramatic. Among them are market failures and tremendous risks for democracy itself. As Cleantechnica notes “ it is unlikely that any nation would… Continue reading Armies thinking about a post-oil world

Are we intelligent enough to prevent climate change ?

I really liked The Revenge of Gaia and have a profound respect for its author, the famous scientist and environmental thinker James Lovelock and this, even if I find him particularly pessimistic. This won’t change as for his first interview in a long time and after the huge failure of the Copenhagen climate summit, Lovelock believes… Continue reading Are we intelligent enough to prevent climate change ?